Fobs and signet rings were an absolute Must Have for any gentleman’s wardrobe in the 18th-19th C, and we are always tickled pink to find exceptional treasures in this genre, passed down by time. This shelled shaped ring boasts a most saturated bloodstone of a deep forest green with spots of warm red, many consider this to be the stone of health, and her frequent counterpart, Carnelian, a symbol of wealth.
material: Bloodstone/ 9ct Gold
age/origin: 1860, England
condition: Very good, minor wear- please see photos!